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Preventing sentinel events in the environment of care. Joint Commission Resources; 2000. Case studies include an infant abduction, a power and emergency generator failure and a defibrillator failure in a hospital setting, a patient suicide and fire in a behavioral health care setting, and a resident elopement in a long term care setting.

(Call No. Safety 152-077)

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NFPA 101 life safety code handbook 2000. Ron Cote. National Fire Protection Association; 2000.

(Call No. Safety 152-071 2000)

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NFPA 110 standard for emergency and standby power systems 2002. National Fire Protection Association; 2002.

(Call No. Safety 152-079)

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NFPA 99 standard for health care facilities 2002. National Fire Protection Association; 2002.

(Call No. Safety 152-025 2002)

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NFPA 5000 building construction and safety code 2003. National Fire Protection Association; 2003.

(Call No. Safety 152-082 2003)

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NFPA 101 life safety code 2003. National Fire Protection Association; 2003.

(Call No. Safety 152-071 2003)

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Environment of care handbook: 2nd edition. Joint Commission Resources; 2004. This easy-to-use reference book provides everything health care organizations need to know about the required management plan areas in safety, security, hazardous materials and waste, emergency management, fire safety, medical equipment, and utilities. It also offers the following: Case studies that demonstrate how elements of EC interact, Practical tips and strategies to improve compliance with EC standards, A dedicated chapter on construction and renovation, including infection control considerations, discussions of concepts common to successful plan implementation.

(Call No. Safety 152-111)

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50 life safety Q&As for healthcare facilities. HCPro, Inc.; 2005. The questions posed in the book span the spectrum of fire safety topics. From construction and renovation, to fire detection and protection, to the JCAHO's life safety plans. Safety Officers, Facility Directors or Engineers, Risk Managers, Fire Marshals, Life Safety Officers and Plant/Operations Directors will find this reference time-saving.

(Call No. Safety 152-107)

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Fire and life safety in healthcare facilities. National Fire Protection Association; 2006. Now in its second edition, the award-winning Fire and Life Safety in Health Care Facilities brings you the latest requirements from JCAHO, OSHA, ANSI, IEEE, AIA, ASTM, and NFPA. You'll learn how to preserve JCAHO accreditation status, and prepare for inspections and surveys conducted by federal, state, and local officials.

(Call No. Safety 152-112 2006)

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Fire safety – operating without fires. Coastal Health Train; 2007. Provides information about causes of fires in operating rooms, how to prevent them and what to do if one occurs. Discussion includes: fire causes, breaking the fire triangle, minimizing oxidizer risks, minimizing fuel risks, minimizing ignition, operating room fires and after a fire.

(Call No. Video DVD 002-538)

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Fire emergency – initial response and evacuation. Du Pont Sustainable Solutions; 2007. Drawing from sources such as the National Fire Protection Association and the American Hospital Association, reviews critical training which can help your employees, your patients and your facility survive when the heat is on. Reviews: common hospital fire situations, correct initial staff response procedures, communication procedures, proper fire extinguisher applications and methods, important standard emergency evacuation methods.

(Call No. DVD 002-555)

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NFPA 101 life safety code handbook 2009. Ron Cote. National Fire Protection Association; 2009. To help you interpret the Code easily, the Handbook contains the full 2009 Code text along with explanations, practical examples, plus hundreds of helpful visuals. Material for new and existing buildings is presented side-by-side for easy comparison. There's also a handy chart so you can see major changes that have been implemented.

(Call No. Safety 152-071b 2009)

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NFPA 101 life safety code 2009. National Fire Protection Association; 2009. Put the latest rules for occupant safety to work with the 2009 Life Safety Code. Fully updated to respond to industry developments and demands, the 2009 NFPA 101: Life Safety Code contains major changes that advance safety and impact your work.

(Call No. Safety 152-071 2009)

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Fire prevention in healthcare facilities. MARCOM; 2009. The DVD training program looks at how fires start, reviews steps that can be taken to help prevent fires and discusses what employees should do in case of a fire emergency.

(Call No. DVD 002-548)

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Prevention and management of operating room fires. ECRI Institute; 2010. A new 18-minute video, produced by ECRI Institute for the Anesthesiology Patient Safety Foundation, Prevention and Management of Operating Room Fires, is an important educational resource for everyone who works in the OR during surgery. This video was highlighted in ECRI's October 2009 article "New Clinical Guide to Surgical Fire Prevention."

(Call No. DVD 002-539)

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NFPA 101 life safety code handbook 2012. Ron Cote. National Fire Protection Association; 2012. To help you interpret the Code easily, the Handbook contains the full 2012 Code text along with explanations, practical examples, plus hundreds of helpful visuals. Material for new and existing buildings is presented side-by-side for easy comparison. There's also a handy chart so you can see major changes that have been implemented.

(Call No. Safety 152-071b 2012)

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NFPA 101 life safety code 2012. National Fire Protection Association; 2012. Put the latest rules for occupant safety to work with the 2012 Life Safety Code. Fully updated to respond to industry developments and demands, the 2012 NFPA 101: Life Safety Code contains major changes that advance safety and impact your work.

(Call No. Safety 152-071 2012)

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NFPA 99 health care facilities code handbook 2012. Richard P. Bielen, et.al.. National Fire Protection Association; 2012.

(Call No. Safety 152-025b 2012)

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NFPA 99 health care facilities code 2012: Including all gas & vacuum system requirements. National Fire Protection Association; 2012.

(Call No. Safety 152-025 2012)

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